NEW YORK (GenomeWeb) − Competition for non-invasive prenatal testing in Germany is heating up, with Illumina announcing this week that it has teamed up with a German diagnostic laboratory and other European labs to transfer Verinata's test technology to those countries, and LifeCodexx saying last week that its PrenaTest will be reimbursed by Germany's statutory health insurance on a trial basis starting next year.

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